michaeln at isomedia.com
Wed Sep 13 23:22:12 UTC 2000
It's clear that this must be done with the readers.conf, but what's the best
way? Is the domain passed on to innd when a user tries to connect much like
the name based virtual hosting of Apache? For example, the domain is not
passed onto an FTP daemon thus FTP virtual hosting cannot be done solely
with names but must be done with IP addresses. This isn't really explained
in the man page of readers.conf so I was wondering what the experience was
from users who have actually tried this.
> In article <002f01c01da9$ea9b51e0$1f4a73cf at twentyten.org>,
> "Michael" <michaeln at isomedia.com> wrote;
> } - I have about 15 domains that would like to have their own newsgroups
> } - I would like the newsgroups of other domains to be transparent
> Those can be done by setting newsgroups for each domain in
> } What is the best way to do this? Would you recommend a global
> } username/password for each domain? What other options do I have? As
> } as possible, I'd like users of those newsgroups to get the feeling that
> } are using a news server solely for that domain.
> See also virtualhost in readers.conf(5).
> Katsuhiro Kondou
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